I've been researching the original immigrant families to New Canada (which is why there haven't been any new posts - it's a lot of material to organize!), and discovered another Fille à Marier and a Fille du Roi in the process:
Catherine de Belleau (1639-1706) - arrived in 1667 (age: 28) and married
Jean-Baptiste Morin dit Rochebelle (brother of the husband to
Marie-Madeleine Normand listed above). The circumstances were
fortunate - for Catherine. Jean-Baptiste had been under a
marriage contract with another Fille du Roi - Marie-Anne Fermin - but
she backed out. It's unlikely that she didn't think that Jean-Baptiste
was a good match; he was - after all - one of the premier families in
New France at the time. More likely, she just didn't like Canada -
according to a footnote on the contract dated 17 Nov 1667, she's listed
as a passenger on the ship Le Prophète Hosée returning to
Catherine's cousin, Marie-Charlotte de Poitiers (1640-1718, wife of 10th great-grand uncle) had arrived in
Québec earlier (1659) as a "Fille à Marier". She married Joseph Hébert in 1660 after arriving in 1659 (age 19).
Her marriage wasn't a happy one; after giving birth to a son Joseph in
1661, her husband was killed in an Iroquois attack.